Pakistan has included J-10C fighter jets received from China in its army to compete with India’s powerful and state-of-the-art Rafale aircraft. Prime Minister Imran Khan formally and ceremonially inducted the squadron of these 25 aircraft into the fleet of the Pakistan Air Force. On this occasion, Pak PM Imran Khan also gave an indirect threat to India.
In a program organized at the Minhas Kamra airbase located in the Punjab province of Pakistan, Imran Khan said that 40 years ago, the US had given F-16 aircraft to the Pakistan Air Force. After this, Pakistan has now received new fighter aircraft. He also thanked Pakistan’s evergreen friend China for this cooperation. Imran Khan also made an indirect mention of India’s purchase of Rafale aircraft from France on this occasion. Unfortunately, the military imbalance is being created in the region, he said. Today a big step has been taken for the security of Pakistan. Imran Khan specially thanked China for the fact that in just 8 months it gave a consignment of these planes to Pakistan, whereas such a purchase takes years.
Referring to India indirectly, Imran Khan said that any country will now have to think twice before attacking Pakistan. Pakistan army is now well equipped and trained. It can deal with any danger.
Speaking on the occasion, Chief of Pakistan Air Force Air Chief Marshal Zaheer Ahmed Babar Sidhu said that JC-10 is equipped with an integrated weapon, avionic and combat aircraft system. Its induction into the PAF will further strengthen its professional capabilities. It can also carry more advanced and fourth-generation air-to-air missiles than the JF-17. The J-10C is a fourth-generation medium-sized fighter jet. It is more powerful than the JF-17, a light fighter jet jointly developed by China-Pakistan. The JF-17 is currently being used by the Pakistan Air Force.
After the Pulwama attack, India’s Sukhai 2000 and MiG 29 aircraft entered Pakistan and destroyed the terrorist bases. At that time India did not even have state-of-the-art Rafale aircraft. Before relying on Chinese aircraft, Pakistan has to understand India’s strength and courage.